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Everyone is welcome and no amount of involvement is too small. Please remember that this information should not substitute for a visit or a consultation with a healthcare provider. This will be accomplished through print materials, videos, and use of our website. JeffHELP is a grant funded project aimed at developing a sustainable mental health awareness and suicide prevention program for the entire Jefferson community through: H – Heightened Awareness E – Educational

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The views or opinions expressed in the resources provided do not necessarily reflect those of Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, Thomas Jefferson University or their staffs. By using this Web site, you accept theseterms of use. Participation in JeffHELP is open to every member of the Jefferson community; all students, faculty, and staff.

Please contact Rose Milani or (215) 503-6456, or visit us at www.JeffHELP.org. Please read ourour privacy practices. L – Linkages to Services This objective includes strategies to promote counseling services available to students, faculty, and staff at Jefferson. Project Staff Matthew Wintersteen, PhD Project Director Education Sub-Committee Chair Ginger Biddle, PhD, RN, CRNP Co-Director, Promoting Healthy Behaviors Sub-Committee Chair Shawn Blue, PsyD Co-Director, Heightened Awareness Sub-Committee Chair Deanna Nobleza,

We are looking for motivated individuals to assist in all aspects of the project, from attending planning meetings to distributing materials to generating new ideas to present before senior leadership at All Rights Reserved. E – Educational Enhancements Our educational mission is to inform the community about suicide risk factors, warning signs, and risk assessment. This will be accomplished by working with existing services at Jefferson to develop supportive networks and options for students and employees (both university and hospital) to address quality of life, stress,

P – Promoting Healthy Behaviors This objective focuses on promoting health practices to increase wellness and improve mental health. In accomplishing this, we will place clinical training sessions into existing curricula in all Colleges and colleges, offer training to faculty through Grand Rounds and other venues, and use our website